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Many people who download apps fail to read the fine print, which states that you agree to provide access to all data on your device.
The billionaire investor is set to introduce the Democratic presidential nominee at an event in Omaha on Monday.
Jeffrey Gundlach says many asset classes look frothy and his firm continues to hold gold, a traditional safe-haven, along with gold miner stocks.
Goldman Sachs cuts its three-month rating on equities to underweight, saying its risk appetite indicator has turned neutral.
Here's a rundown of which states are participating in sales-tax holidays this year.
Mongolia's economy all but flatlined, but some say hidden gems may be getting lost in the current bout of gloom.
Billed as the 8th installment in the series, the play has awakened new Pottermania, but author J.K. Rowling says, "Harry is done now."
Tom Kloza, Global Head of Energy Analysis for the OPIS, says gas and oil prices are trading in a ‘bizarro world’ for THIS reason.
When you turn 70-and-a-half, you are required to take money out of your tax-deferred retirement accounts or pay a 50 percent tax penalty.
ABLE accounts are giving families with special-needs children a new tool to save for their future.
Polaroid, the iconic camera company that endured two bankruptcies, is ready for its digital era close-up.
El Nino is over, but it has left the Amazon region vulnerable to polluting wildfires.
Americans' social media networks can have a big impact on their decision to buy a house, new research from NYU shows.
School is around the corner, and costs are up. Which must-haves are the most expensive?
The effects of these strikingly different conventions won't become clear for a while. But all signs point toward a race that will remain close.
Some of the banks could be broken up, but it may not be Washington that makes it happen.
This quarter's earnings show, more than ever, how small businesses are a huge piece of Facebook's future.
After rising just over a decade ago to its highest level ever, the homeownership rate fell in the second quarter to match its all-time low.
One in 3 consumers got a debt collection call in the past year, and new rules may affect what collectors can do.